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tonight. live from san jose international, stephanie traung. >>> how to best prevent oakland from shootings and sheet violence. the safety committee voted to brought in extra help. but it won't say about the figure at that decision. jean elle is in oakland where that meeting has been going on for hours. and they kind of passed the buck. >> reporter: the safety committee listened to hours of emotional testimony. mostly from people concerned about bill bratton's tactics. after a rowdy meeting, the committee voted to support outside help but not bill bratton. they say his reputation is just too toxic. hundreds of people at an oakland public safety meeting booed police chief howard jordan. >> let the public speak. >> reporter: stopping the chief from explaining why he supports to spend $250,000 to hire police chief bill bratton for advice on how to stop violent crime in oakland. >> why don't you go and have howard jordan buy his book on amazon. >> reporter: local opponents say bratton won't offer improvement but will deliver the controversial stop and frisk policy they say leads to pr
to the fire in oakland we showed you at the top of the show. you can see the flames burning through the top of the building. we understand it's a three-story building right off of 880 in a residential mixed use neighborhood. you can see the fire is burning right through the roof of that building. there are lots of firefighters on scene. traffic is moving around the home, and it's butting up against 880. so far we haven't heard any word of any traffic problems. a great amount of smoke billowing into the air. a tough situation for firefighters. it is very dark and, as you can see, it appears to be raining in that area right now. but still a lot of thick smoke and flames coming up. at this point we're hearing the building is awan dobandoned but there's no condition firmati confirmation it has been checked o out. >>> well, the hype in coupertin didn't live up to the hype. investors lost a good chunk of money. let's check in with scott budman and the apple stores. underperforming. we haven't said that about apple in a long time. >> reporter: when you're the most valuable company in the world as
in washington, d.c. for the inauguration and this weekend people are also talking about gun control. >> oakland and california has strong gun control laws. i see teenagers with ak-47s on the streets. >> and what the city of oakland need to do to keep our own streets safe, next. >> i answer phones and get lunch for my boss. >> one way to pay your way through college, but there is another trend growing for cash strapped students, a website that connects them to a sugar daddy. >> a little deep freeze to start your sunday morning but we will recover with highs in the 60s and plenty of sun around. there are the numbers. we will see you after the break. ,,,, ,,,,,, get beautyrest, posturepedic, even tempur-pedic mattress sets at low clearance prices. and through monday, get 3 years interest-free financing on selected models. don't miss sleep train's year end clearance sale. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ making espresso drinks..fixg computers... we're talking about part-time gigs tha pay your tuition. th . >>> the old definition of working your way through college, making expresser
and they are expected to be okay. the truck driver cooperated with police and was not charged. >>> in oakland tonight the city is getting closer to high level help to fight violent crime. the first step was taken toward hiring a police consult at the present time with a -- consultant with a big time resume. alan wang is live with a marquis name in law enforcement. >> and some commission members are not sure they want this person on the job. some commission members is credited with reducing violent crime in new york city. but many people here say his methods are the same methods that caused a rift between the community and the police here to begin with. >> he is exactly what we do not need in the city of oakland. >> the protest against the hiring of high-profile police consultant started on the steps of city hall and worked its way into the public safety meeting. >> if you could move the individuals out. >> the zero tolerance police strategies have been highly controversial and the use of gang injunctions and curfews and anti-loitering laws have been rejected in oakland in the past. but oaknd la is fa
with police and was not charged. >>> in oakland tonight the city is getting closer to high level help to fight violent crime. the first step was taken toward hiring a police consult at the present time with a -- consultant with a big time resume. alan wang is live with a marquis name in law enforcement. >> and some commission members are not sure they want this person on the job. some commission members is credited with reducing violent crime in new york city. but many people here say his methods are the same methods that caused a rift between the community and the police here to begin with. >> he is exactly what we do not need in the city of oakland. >> the protest against the hiring of high-profile police consultant started on the steps of city hall and worked its way into the public safety meeting. >> if you could move the individuals out. >> the zero tolerance police strategies have been highly controversial and the use of gang injunctions and curfews and anti-loitering laws have been rejected in oakland in the past. but oaknd la is facing a crime epidemic. just last friday four people wer
oakland's police chief: >> i feel today was like christmas >> pam: the explanation, straight ahead. in san francisco, a blurry surveillance video leads to the identification of a suspect in a tenderloin mugging. police say this man robbed a woman, then threw her dog into traffic. >> firefighters in contra costa face a day of reckoning. >> this is the first time in the history of this county that we've actually closed fire stations. >> pam: tonight they're giving residents the bad news. >> pam: but first. breaking news out of san francisco. where police are involved in a standoff with an armed man. kron 4's scott rates is live in the richmond district with the latest. scott? >> reporter: >> oi just checked with police and they are still confirming that he is barricaded himself inside. it is still a very active scene. this is as far up as i can get. as i show you this is the crisis negotiation team. they are trying to get some progress. several swat team members running across the street. this started at 3:00 p.m. and there were shots fired inside this home. they heard someone screaming and
answered the associated press poll want background checks for gun purchases at gun shows. >> oakland's safety committee has unanimously voted to adopt a resolution to hire a safety consultant to help the city's police department combat rising crime. the man they are considering for the job.former los angeles police chief william bratton. dozens of the city's resident voiced concern about the hiring of bratton, due to his seemingly random "frisk and search" policy to combat violent crime. but oakland police chief howard jordan insists that bratton's policies will not interfere with the police department's efforts to build a relationship with the community. >> we do not condone racial profiling. we have worked hard and long to build relationships. i did not want to throw that away. >> the oakland city council is split on whether they should hire bratton. it is expected to make a hiring decision at its meeting next tuesday. a chilly start but not quite as cold as the last couple of mornings. >> as we take a look at the temperatures we are very similar than just 24 hours ago below freezi
. oakland's police chief says violence against his officers must stop. >> this will not be tolerated. you cannot shoot at police officers when they are trying to carry out their work in the line of duty. we're going to do everything in our powers to put an end to this. >> the injured officer is a 13- year veteran of the force. he now has a leg injury, but it's not life threatening. last monday, an undercover detective sitting in his car was shot in the arm. officers arrested two suspected gang members in that incident. >>> checking other bay area headlines, an alameda county sheriffs deputy shot and wound add man who charged at officers with a 10-inch knife. that happened yesterday morning on frederickson lane in dublin. the suspect's dad had called 911, saying his son was acting strangely. no one was injured. the deputy is an eight-year veteran. he was placed on administrative leave. >>> a five-alarm fire destroyed a popular comedy club in fairfield. check out those flames. that roof collapsed as the fire tore through the original pepper belly co
to be a lot of fun. >>> oakland mayor jean quan voice her support today for her police chief's controversial decision to solicit advice from bill bratton, former chief for both los angeles and new york city police departments and he supports so-called stop and frisk policies which some argue amount to racial profiling. today mayor quan sent an open letter to the city council which says in part, "we've been hearing worries bratton's past policies could be used in oakland in a way that contributes to racial profiling. racial profiling will not be tolerated in the oakland police department, period." oakland police chief howard jordan wants to pay bratton $250,000 to try to help solve the city's problem with violent crime. >>> the driver of a 30-foot big rig is recovering from moderate injuries tonight after an accident left his truck upside down in a ditch in petaluma this morning. the accident stopped traffic shortly after 9:00 on old adobe road near green stream farm. no other vehicles were involved and the cause is under investigation. the truck is registered to a paving company called north
>> reporter: and active manhunt continues in this oakland neighborhood as police try to track down two armed men wanted in connection with the shooting of a police officer. >>> it's shocking. nothing like that ever happens around here. >> gunfire in a usually quiet bay area neighborhood. the reason police are surprised about the victim. >> reporter: san jose had celebrated the arrival of its first international carrier but now operations are at a standstill. we'll tell you the airline's latest announcement and the mess it's causing for travelers. >>> back to work after a holiday. traffic times are up, especially at some of the key commutes. "mornings on 2" starts now. >>> good morning. i'm brian flores. >> i'm pam cook. tori campbell is in washington, d.c. on assignment and dave clark has the day off today. >>> in overnight news, a manhunt continues in oakland for two suspects who shot and wounded a police officer. that shooting happened at seminary and east 17th street last night shortly before 6:30. ktvu's alex savidge has been there since 4:30 this morning tells us police have b
. ice on the roadway is to blame for this six- car crash in oakland this morning. in the north bay - a 150- foot tall redwood tree fell into a home. this was the scene on baltimore avenue, in larkspur. the tree came down - blocking a roadway - and smashing the two story home, just after 11-am. damage is said to be significant - one person was home at the time - but was not hurt. at last check - some power outages in the area. >> this was just after a 11:00 a.m.. the damages that to be significant. and thank goodness that person was not hurt. >> freezing cold on our facebook fan page. they have been sending these pictures and a take a look of this windshield. covered with frost. and we will be showcasing any pictures coming up later our kron-4 facebook fans have been sending in pictures of this freezing weather. here's a nice shot. in. you can message us on facebook - we'll be showcasing more photos.later in the show. >> pam: now to a developing story - a flu outbreak across the u-s. twenty children have died so far this flu season. here in california -- four adults are dead. and th
. beati >> in the bay area is mild and clear. we are waking up to 49 in san francisco. 43 in oakland. local dense fog foreign for santa rosa and apple. the rest of the bay area enjoying clear skies. temperatures are warmer than what' we're used to. >> by lunchtime we will see 60s. expecting the north bay, east bay interior valley, south bay holding on to upper 50s along the coastline. as we push into your afternoon highs check out the green that dominates. everyone will be warmer than average. >> 8:00 p.m. both locations sitting in the low 50s. >> mid to upper 60s in the south bay. 68 in los gatos. 674 palo alto in cupertino. >> sunny skies and clear skies. 64 for fairfield in concord. 63 in danville. >> mid-60s for petaluma and navato . upper 60s around napa. downtown san francisco at 64 degrees. 67 for oakland. san bruno an afternoon high of 66. >> satellite and radar perspective shows on the west coast clear skies and clear conditions. plenty of sunshine. the storm track is guided to our north. we will see temperatures above average for the next couple of days. >> your kron 4 7 da
wayne. >>> we'll get to the cold snap in a moment. but first, breaking news from oak -- oakland, several people were shot outside of the a home. deborah villalon is joining us. >> reporter: just minutes ago this was a birthday party which ended with five people shot. now our camera was here as those victims were taken away by paramedics. we're told their wounds are not life threatening. they are hospitalized in stable condition and being interviewed by detectives right now. all five victims are men. they were among a group of 20 or so at this birthday party off seminaries just off foothill when someone opened fire on them when they were outside the house. they braced for cover. they ran across the street and the people opened the door for them but that place was hit by bullets. police don't know if the gunman was on car or foot, or he was at the party or he crashed hit, they survived a volley of gunfire here in oakland, deborah villalon. >>> now to the bitter cold weather gripping the bay area tonight is expected to be the coldest night this winter. before the sun comes up some
in this house. anne makovec, cbs 5. >>> oakland police officers are doing all they can to stop violence in the city, but the police chief says they need the public's help. howard jordan held a news conference to announce recent arrests in murder cases and two shootings of police officers last week. they are still trying to identify suspects in monday's shooting of an 8-year-old girl. >> i and my officers are committed to the children in this community and our neighborhoods. we will catch the shooter and we are coming after you. >> police think the 8-year-old was caught in the crossfire. she was not the intended target. she is still recovering in the hospital. >>> that said, starting thursday there will be even fewer uniformed police officers patrolling the streets of oakland. the california highway patrol is pulling its officers out. chp has been helping out for the last 90 days but officials say they can't afford it anymore. >> chp, like any other organization, has the budget that it has to operate within and so it would be imprudent for any agency
no option. >> in oakland, police overwhelmed by a wave of gang killings. today the chief told us what he needs to turn the tide. and in marin county, a first=ever gun buyback program runs into an unexpected hitch. (male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now.empty fire stations in >> pam: empty fire stations contra costa county tonight. with not enough money in the budget - four fire-houses are now shut down. good evening, i'm pam moore. tonight - j-r stone is live where community members are expressing their concern. but, first grant lodes is standing by at the big board. to show us which areas are affected. grant? >> four stations close today in contra costa county. in martinez - station 12 on shell avenue. in lafayette - station 16 on los arabis avenue. walnut creek loses station 4 on hawthorne drive. and in clayton, station 11 on center avenue. kron four's j-r stone is live tonight in >> there is a community meeting that begins at 6:00 p.m. directly behind me and lafayette there are going to talk about the closures and how ambulances will be changing to
coming up. >> ama: oakland police tell us the four murders on friday were all gang-related. three young men and teenager were shot to death in a six hour span. authorities have just begun their investigation. 131 people were murdered in oakland last year. organizers of a gun show say it was fear that accounted for much of the huge crowd. hundreds of people lined up for the gun show. it was fear of restrictions not to dangerous society that drove some buyers. >> before they take them away. >> did you just find this? >> i have three at home. this the fourth. >> because obama wants to take everybody's guns away. so they are buying ammo and guns >> adding that not once in four years did a single gun restriction get introduced. coming up, it's snake hunting season. also why health officials believe a flu outbreak that killed 20 children believe a flu outbreak that killed 20 children um, hello. these ugly stains are ruining my good looks and style. and good luck using that cleaner. excuse me, miss ? he's right. those are tough hard water stains, and that cleaner's not gonna cut it. truth is,
on throughout washington d.c., we had an opportunity to meet with a class that came here from oakland, 46 students who had -- many of them who had never been out of oakland in their lives getting the opportunity to witness history in -- when obama was sworn in today. >> for any eighth grader, it's the opportunity of a lifetime. a trip to washington d.c. to see the president imagurated. >> kind of like a wright of passage. >> at this school, it was practically unheard of. 8 out of 10 students come from low income house holds. this 8th grade teacher said he students live on some of the roughest streets. she said it would be a game changer for the students. >> it would cost 1,$760 per student. she and the students would -- $1,760 per student. that looked like an incredible number that was to be achieved. >> they had 4 months to make it happen. they signed students and parents up to volunteer at the cal football games. there were candy sales, bake sales. >> we sold candy and asking for donations. >> at least a 2.5 gpa to go and a requirement that each student do 10 hours of community service.
. >>> another violent day in oakland landed four people in the hospital with gunshot wounds. last night, just after 10:30, three people were shot. their injuries are not considered life-threatening. the suspects are still at large. saturday afternoon, a bystander drove through a gunfight on international boulevard and was shot. that victim is in sable condition. >> a house fire in san francisco has sent a bedridden individual to the hospital. just before 5:00 when the fire was reported. flames were knocked down in a half hour. one person confined to a bed was taken to the hospital. otherwise no serious injuries have been reported. the red cross has been called out to help those displaced by the fire. >> a stubborn fire at a cupertino cement plant took two hours to get under control. firefighters responded to the fire this morning at 5:45. truck equipment and tires appear to be the only damage. the cause is still under investigation. >>> crews in fairfield have cleared enough debris from the comedy club fire to open neighboring streets. investigators will continue looking for a cuss tomorrow.
's hospital in oakland. when the deputy opened the door, hoskins ran into the neighborhood at 14th avenue and 30th street and hasn'taffeta been seen since. >> in sonoma county sheriff's deputies identified the man found dead friday at a garbage transfer center. workers found the body of 30- year-old luis gomez-diaz at the facility on petaluma boulevard south. they say gomez-diazs with a transient and may have died elsewhere and arrived at supporter on a truck. there is no word yet on a cause of death. >>> hundreds of people at the memorial for a local teenager and the pleg that was made to prevent another tragedy. >>> violence at a southern california movie theater. what prompted police in san diego to shoot and critically injure a man this afternoon. >> it's well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announ
for a guilty plea. >> pam: several people were taken into custody today in oakland. it was all part of an early morning raid in an effort to crackdown on crime in that city. as kron four's terisa estacio reports tonight, police say, this is just the beginning of their attempt to stem the latest crime wave in oakland >> reporter: with violent crime - such as this homicide - where a woman and man were shot while at a drive through restaurant.haunting the residents of oakland.. city officials in response - have launched a program called operation ceasefire. - a multi-agency plan focused on stopping crime on the streets. this friday. >> we have kept this promise and we know that when you commit this violence you are going to do everything to do to go after you >> multiple shootings and homicides. and victim's. in addition to detaining victim's they seized guns. >> this was linked to gang activity. associated. >> it is not clear how many of these detained will be arrested. but they are going to do everything officials deployed a part of the plan. as they executed 6 search warrants rounding up severa
game! four homicides in one night. and, tonight. the oakland police department says it's agressively searching for the suspects responsible for yesterday's string of murders. and, as kron four's philippe djegal reports. police are saying today that there are several groups involved. the oakland police department says the shootings are a result of several feuding groups. at this point, investigators are not calling those groups gangs. police say the violence amounts to retaliatory attacks. and, that they are committing extra resources to track down the killers. the first shooting was reported around 2:30 p-m, when police found a man hit with multiple gunshot wounds near east 17th street and 23rd avenue. he was transported to the hospital but later died. then, at around three p-m. a man was found dead, also suffering from gunshots near canon ave and wellington st just after 4 p-m a shooting was reported at 34th near west st.. no victims were found, but later a man was admitted to a nearyby hospital where he died. and just after eight. police found a man dead suffering from gunshot woun
accused of opening fire inside oakland's university and killing seven people is back in court today. a judge will determine whether one goh will be held until he is deemed competent to stand trial. he'll most likely be treated for schizophrenia at napa state hospital. the court will receive a progress report every 90 days. earlier this month a judge decided goh was incompetent to stand trial. prosecutors say he plans the killing spree after becoming angry with school officials over a tuition dispute. >>> some quirky fixtures with tiny beards and mini little pants on there in oakland could be removed by pg&e. they wear knickers. dozen of tiny gnomes have popped up attached to fences and power poles there. pg&e says it's concerned that the screws they drill into the walls there to will compromise the structural integrity of the phone poles and prompt others to attach creations to the poles which creates a maintenance issue for utility workers. but neighbor say the gnomes bring joy to passers by and prompting gnome hunts out there. and the neighbors, some feel they should just be left
you, len ramirez in san jose. >>> oakland is setting its sights on a high-profile crime- fighting consultant to curb a spike in gun violence. the city is prepared to pay legendary lawmaker bill bratton big bucks for his advice and it could move a step closer to hiring him tonight. but cbs 5 reporter joe vazquez tells many oaklanders are already trying to stop the super cop. joe. >> reporter: hey, liz, you know, our interview with bratton yesterday caused quite a stir here at city hall. let me show you some video. now, there are a lot of people who support bratton but these folks were not among them. these are protestors who gathered outside a short while ago. they went inside later on to pack the city council committee meeting where they are deciding on the contract of william bratton. some of these protestors said they were angry at the former police chief of l.a. and new york for standing by the controversial police policy called "stop & frisk." >> i'm sorry that any police department in america that tries to function without some form of "s
for tomorrow morning your kron 4 7 day around the bay christians. >> this for deadly shootings and oakland'sand the cold bay are weather continues this morning. kron four's jeff pierce has one person was killed and three others are in the hospital after a deadly before two o clock in the the three bedroom apartment. oakland police are setting their sights on several groups believed to be responsible for four homicides on friday. at this point, investigators gangs. three young men and a span of six hours on friday. police say the violence amounts to retaliatory attacks. and, that they are committing extra resources to track down the killers. so far, no suspects are in whether any of these cases are related. friday's murders tallies oakland had over 130 homicides in 2012.more then san francisco and san jose three of the victims names have been released. year-old ken harbin ofthe fourth victim is a 22 until authorities notify his relatives. >> today marks one year since the costa concordia cruise ship ran aground off the coast of italy.killing 32 people. a mass, moment of silence and unveilin
of the east bay not doing too badly. outside of 580, northbound 880 through oakland no delays. your eastshore freeway commute looking good from the carquinez bridge to the maze. that's an easy 19 minutes. but you are tapping the brakes westbound 4 through antioch. looks better into pittsburg and no delays towards the eastshore freeway. that's a look at your morning drive. let's go back out live to new orleans where michelle is. >>> all right. it's not all about partying and football in the big easy. actually santa clara police officers are here in town learning something from the police department here. cbs 5's cate caugiran has more on that. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, michelle from santa clara. now, once this new stadium opens, crowd control will be a new issue to tackle for santa clara pd. so the department is keeping a close eye on the future not just with the 9ers move but bringing a super bowl here in 2016 before that can even happen the city needs to prove it can handle a massive event. santa clara neighbors agree that
. damion lillard, the pride of oakland [ fingers tapping ] [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! warriors built a big lead and then they had to find a way to put out the fire. damion lillard who grew up in oakland went off. 24 kid put on a show. lillard with his own cheering section and filled with family and friends at oracle. warriors took them right after lillard with the seventh pick. 22 points and 12 assists and barnes here in traffic with authority. had 13 points. warriors up 15. but here comes damion lillard. he got hot. he was smoldering. he was sizzling with 10 straight shots made by lillard. a career best 37. nice homecoming. the final minute and it is suddenly down to a four-point lead. the warriors hold off the blazers and snap a two-game skid 103-97. the 49ers host the packers in the playoffs. 9er quarterback kaepernick rooting for the packers and aaron rogers cheered for the niners. he wanted to be the nex
're going to even keep -- keep it clear overnight. highs today, impressive. check out oakland, 70 degrees. 60 in concord and antioch. livermore, 60. san francisco, 63. 73 today was the high in santa cruz. we have this weak offshore winds, and enough to warm up coastal communities. here's a look at current readings. antioch, 52. livermore, 50. 58, san francisco. 56, clear sky there, san jose. here is a look at the forecast. another cold night for the entire bay area. we'll bling a little patchy valley fog overnight, but high serve will be with us tomorrow. mavericks is tomorrow as well and then mild weather the first part of next week. the high high-surf advisory until 12:00 tomorrow. right now it's in the seven-foot range but expect it to build up to 20 feet. strong rip current, large breaking waves, also the possibility of sneaker waves, so we always say make sure you don't turn your back to the water there, because some of these could really overpower you, especially if you're on some of those slippery rocks. so be advised. looks like the breakers will be with us all day long tomorrow.
as the super cop. the oakland city council supposed to vote on tiring bratton. he says officers must stop and frisk suspicious people. >> we know it's racial profiling. any young black or brown person who hits the quote unquote proguile is going to be subject to be harassed. >> reporter: why are you pegging that on bratton? >> because that's the mantra of bratton. that's what he's built his career on as a consultant. and it's something that we're trying to move the department here in oakland away from. >> the council has to approve spending $250,000 to hire bratton. juliet says there are so many people waiting to speak the council may not vote tonight. >> there has been another school shooting. this time in texas. three people were shot at lone star college near houston. the witnesses say that two men were arguing in a courtyard outside the library, one person pulled a gun. shot the other. that sent everyone around them diving for cover. >> you couldn't hear what they were arguing about. we could hear them arguing. the shooter said, he said i don't w
.m. now, once you get past san lorenzo everything is moving at the limit through oakland all the way towards the macarthur maze. let's check the south bay commute. here's a live look at san jose. 101 still moving at the limit approaching mckee. coming up a check of mass transit. back to you guys. >>> surveillance cameras show a man trying to kidnap a 13-year- old girl in san jose. the teenager fought hard and breck free. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is at the san jose police department this morning with more on the investigation. >> reporter: officers here at the san jose police department are hoping this new surveillance video can help lead to the arrest of the suspect. take a look. we slowed down the video. first you see the victim who is wearing white get dragged from behind into a dark driveway. police say the 13-year-old girl screamed and fought back. a few seconds later she broke free and ran down the street. police released this sketch of the man last friday morning on 33rd and saint james streets. officers commended the girl for putting up
donald of oakland is scrambling to find affordable airfare so she can fly out. >> this time, it's less of a euphoric experience. now, i think we're a little bit older and wiser, in a sense. we've been bruised, and battered a little bit. >> reporter: a second term, she says is time to get the work done. >> i see these events, very sober events. this is history in the making. and this is a great opportunity for all of us to have a second term with the president that we love to try and get things right. >> reporter: both women tell me, they're thrilled to see the president take the oath again. they say they're looking forward to do more work to help carry out the president's vision. >>> more details now. the president's second term begins on january 20 as mandated by a constitutional amendment. only a private swearing in is scheduled for that day. at monday's public ceremony, john roberts will administer the oath of office, but that traditional ceremony is at the capitol. it's only purely for show. tori campbell will be in washington, d.c., bringing us live reports beginning sunday on mornings on 2. >>
. boy, it is getting cold, and oakland is checking in at tort 3 and 38 in livermore and 41 right now in los gat toes. we will keep it cold. frost is likely in the north bay. continued mild for your monday afternoon. your holiday tomorrow, and we will start to see some changes as we head to midweek and bring in a chance of isolated showers. all right. here are your lows. much of the bay area, the interior north and east bay locations slipping a little below the freezing mark. so that is why we will see the frost there. a little more moderate toward oakland and down the peninsula with temperatures in the mid to low 40s. the high pressure brought us a delightful weekend. it kept the storm track to the north of us. it will do it again for monday and tuesday. as we get into wednesday, all of this will push toward the east and break down. we have this little stationary front here. this is what will move in our direction. we will look for increasing clouds by tuesday afternoon and tuesday night. leading to a chance of scattered showers from the system as it kind of moves uh -- across the ba
. 60s through oakland and hayward. 60s through san jose, a and the satellite and radar showing this high-pressure in control. however, towards wednesday that could break down. with the possibility of showers. let me highlight some of these times by 1:00 a.m. mainly clouds for the north bay. as we put this clock into motion you can see by 4:00 a.m. some light rain reported near santa rosa. as recall for your morning commute. with your kron 4 7 day around the bay showers returning saturday and sunday. traffic building in the westbound direction but no accidents to report. the southbound 101 and no accidents, the drive is only 22 minutes. >> we are just hours away from president obama taking the oath of office outside the u.s. capitol. tory dunnan has the story. >> it is officially inauguration day on the west lawn it is said.et.. joe biden also did the same the constitution mandates that the start of the term on january 20th. however, longstanding to tradition is that it is also hold of the next day. >> you understood that this was not just about a campaign. this was not just abo
. south of redwood city. if you were in the north bay you didn't get anything. oakland, san francisco nothing. we're kind of sandwiched between two systems. we'll come in a little closer, you see the last six hours of radar. you see most of the activity is confined to the south bay area. showers are tapering off right now, you can see some showers in liver mother but -- livermore but very, very light. showers have been relatively light for the santa cruz mountains. nearly .3 of rain have fallen. as we move forward into the five day forecast into the weekend there's a chance for more showers. when we get back i will have more details and the time line of that rain. >>> air quality managers have called a spare the air day tomorrow. the recent rain hasn't been enough to flush particulates out of the air. the alert means people are not allowed to burn wood or fire logs unless that is their only source of heat. >>> an investigation into whether the shooting of four teens were tied to a pair of shoes. two men came up to the group of three and there was a discussion about the shoes one of
bay you didn't get anything. oakland, san francisco nothing. we're kind of sandwiched between two systems. we'll come in a little closer, you see the last six hours of radar. you see most of the activity is confined to the south bay area. showers are tapering off right now, you can see some showers in liver mother but -- livermore but very, very light. showers have been relatively light for the santa cruz mountains. nearly .3 of rain have fallen. as we move forward into the five day forecast into the weekend there's a chance for more showers. when we get back i will have more details and the time line of that rain. >>> air quality managers have called a spare the air day tomorrow. the recent rain hasn't been enough to flush particulates out of the air. the alert means people are not allowed to burn wood or fire logs unless that is their only source of heat. >>> an investigation into whether the shooting of four teens were tied to a pair of shoes. two men came up to the group of three and there was a discussion about the shoes one of the students was wearing. >> the incident bec
good north and southbound. especially if you are driving through downtown oakland. 5:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> we begin in the south bay where police are investigating the third homicide of the year there. it's the second in consecutive days. ktvu reporter janine de la vega is in san jose where investigators don't have much to go on. janine. >> reporter: brian, we're here on the east side in a neighborhood just off of monterey highway. this is a mix of homes, apartment complexes, and a church there you see there on the corner. this is where the attack happened. we spoke with a man who works at that church said knowing this happened he didn't get much sleep last night. they received a 911 call at 8:30 last night there had been a stabbing at south side drive and hope street. when they arrived officers found a latino male in his late 30s or early 40s suffering from stab wounds. after speaking with witnesses the victim had been approached by 4-5 young men between the ages of 18-20 years old. there was some sort of scuffle between them. the victim was stabbed several times in his u
. house speaker nancy pelosi was one of those in attendance. >>> mayor of san francisco, oakland, are also in washington for the conference of mayors as well as for the inauguration. jean quan and chuck re are in town for the fesstyities. tori campbell will be live for us in the events leading up to the inauguration in a little over an hour from now. >>> people kicked off the weekend by taking part in a national day of service. here in the bay area, 100 habitat for humanity built buildings. they started back in 2010. it is the largest habitat for humidity project in the bay area -- for the humanity project. in the bay area. >> you are fortunate and you should come out and help people that need the same opportunity. >> families will start moving in, in april. >>> we are minutes away from the first heat of the mavericks invitational. we are live in half moon bay because of the big wave surf contest that hasn't happened since 2010 and has big changes this year. good morning, alex. >> reporter: we are down here at the end of the pier where this morning we are getting a much better look at the
lillard, the pride of oakland man: at turbotax, we know this is more than a paycheck. it's long, hard days, late nights, and missed little league games. you've worked hard to earn your money. and we think you should have the power to keep as much of it as possible. we have tax experts to answer your questions. we'll back you and support you. because a dollar here, a dollar there-- every dollar is more important when it's yours. turbotax-- the power to keep what's yours. try it free at turbotax.com. warriors built a big lead and then they had to find a way to put out the fire. damion lillard who grew up in oakland went off. 24 kid put on a show. lillard with his own cheering section and filled with family and friends at oracle. warriors took them right after lillard with the seventh pick. 22 points and 12 assists and barnes here in traffic with authority. had 13 points. warriors up 15. but here comes damion lillard. he got hot. he was smoldering. he was sizzling with 10 straight shots made by lillard. a career best 37. nice homecoming. the final minute and it is suddenly down to a four-poin
, oakland, and look for mid-to upper 20s readings out towards the east bay. san jose, you'll dip one below freezing at 31. folks, you can see she cold air pushing south, and that's exactly what we're going to have to deal with. as high pressure builds in, anothe air willd air will sink over the bay area tonight, and tomorrow, and as we get into monday and tuesday, all of this is going to shift towards the east which means the cold weather pushes east, high pressure builds in, and we should start to have moderating temperatures into he upper 50s to 60s, a couple more days and we'll warm up a bit. here's the highs for sunday. nice sunshine. it will be cool to cold. santa rosa, 50. antioch, 48. 49 in livermore. 51, san jose. santa cruz, 52. 5 for watsonville, and 51, gilroy. the accuweather seven-day forecast, string of cold morning tomorrow and monday. and then after that, moderating temperatures, back up into the 60s as we head into wednesday. overnight temperatures in the 40s, and then a few more clouds and valley fog on thursday. by the way, this is one of those rare times when the bay ar
the south, oakland, hayward, fremont, of san jose, all seeing that rainfall as we look for later morning hours a another chance for spotty showers through the morning commute. through the north bay and for the rest of the morning hours coming and going by the 1:00 hour. through the east bay and will continue before it tapers off a little bit. a look at your extended forecast we do have slightly warmer conditions for tomorrow but still the chance of rainfall saturday, sunday but it is going to be hit or messrs. keeping your umbrella handy for the weekend and by monday. >> catherine: more bay area news. big changes are now coming for women serving in the army and the marines. the latest on the decision that could send women to the front-lines. that's next. we asked earlier in the show [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [ female announcer ] but we have some good news. it's our bundle price promise. [ male announcer ] a price you can definitely count on, for two whole years. from at&t. [ fe
of a mile for santa rosa. still under 2 mi. for napa and navato. >> 3 mi. around oakland area coming down the east bay shoreline. i've with extra caution we have locally dense fog. taking a look in your head lights into the afternoon mostly cloudy i think we will see a war breaks of sunshine that we did yesterday afternoon. weather continues to be unsettled. temperatures will be in the upper 50s lows 60s. such a chance for showers start to hold on to a potential upstart into the evening hours. details on what we get calls coming up in just a bit. james. >> thank you erica a developing story out antioch park. it happened near sutter elementary school in antioch. >> off we're showing you the school. highway 4 the freeway. the school is dazzled inside a residential community. the building in the driveway that leads into the parking area where the kids come and go from campus. that is where it had yesterday's. that is where we find on for 12th tran live with details on the story. >> will tran. >> all parents know what happened yesterday's spirited boy was heading home a man pulled up to him a
of an inch of rainfall your high today was in the mid-50s. we hit the low 60s without rainfall in oakland. half moon bay 60. napa, concord and redwood city all hit the upper 50s. so what happened? we were supposed to be drying out. that's because this low pressure area spinning right there was supposed to be about 300 miles farther south. it didn't move so it is still continuing to feed moisture in our direction. remember winds flow counterclockwise around low pressure so when it's down to the south we are getting the moisture coming up in the south. it didn't move, so guess what the showers didn't, either. now it looks like that low pressure area will still be close to us tomorrow. so weather can't rule out showers especially toward the south bay once again for your friday and then on sunday, we'll have another chance of showers. then all of that stuff gets pushed out of the way by this area of high pressure. but it's going to stay off to our west:winds go clockwise around high pressure so we follow the arrows coming down from the north. it will be
a little milder than where you should be. 606 in oakland and hercules and san leandro. inland communities, you will start out cold, buttoned up mild. nice recovery. walnut creek livermore 64 around the monterey bay. 70 in santa cruz, 68 in morgan hill. here is a look at your accu-weather seven-day forecast, mild pattern through the weekend, but just remember the long-period swells are packing a lot of energy. they are powerful. watch out, stay away from the coast and don't get too close. a little cooler early next week and then by wednesday we are bringing in a chance of rain. the computer models are ramping up the possibility. a slight chance of rain on friday. of course by then it is a reality check, carolyn and dan. cooler weather coming back. >> what a nice looking weekend. >>> larry beil is off and colin rush is here. >> we are following the breaking 49er story. >> you hope it is not a massive distraction that takes away from the game on sunday. this isn't the news the 49ers wanted to be making less than 37 hours from kickoff of the nfc championship game. star wide receiver michael c
is coming. 67 tomorrow for oakland. 67 for san jose. well above normal. redwood city, 75. concord, 63. vallejo, 63. mill valley, 62. low 60's for novato. and san francisco. next week we get cloudier on tuesday. showers moving in on wednesday. and that is your cbs 5 forecast. >>> i'm dennis o'donnell at the super bowl. you wanna stop the 49ers? try stopping the read-option offense. >> a lot of people who played against them just never communicated at all. i believe that's one of the advantages of what we have as a defense, you know. we do a job of communicating very well. >> the ravens beat san francisco last year, 16-6, but that was without kaepernick and without the pistol offense. at super bowl xlvii, i'm dennis o'donnell. what's that? when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters. don't wait for
in the north bay. napa, 27. 38, san francisco, 33, oakland, and look for mid-to upper 20s readings out towards the east bay. san jose, you'll dip one below freezing at 31. folks, you can see she cold air pushing south, and that's exactly what we're going to have to deal with. as high pressure builds in, another surge of cold air will sink over the bay area tonight, and tomorrow, and as we get into monday and tuesday, all of this is going to shift towards the east which means the cold weather pushes east, high pressure builds in, and we should start to have moderating temperatures into he upper 50s to 60s, a couple more days and we'll warm up a bit. here's the highs for sunday. nice sunshine. it will be cool to cold. santa rosa, 50. antioch, 48. 49 in livermore. 51, san jose. santa cruz, 52. 5 for watsonville, and 51, gilroy. the accuweather seven-day forecast, string of cold morning tomorrow and monday. and then after that, moderating temperatures, back up into the 60s as we head into wednesday. overnight temperatures in the 40s, and then a few more clouds and valley fog on thursday. by the wa
't seem to garner the same kind of attention. >> look no further than oakland, said carson. and he points to dr. king's message that injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. >> he was saying that 50 years ago, but now we have to believe that. because injustice in one place can lead to terrorism in another place. >> these are the things that have to concern us for our own future, said carson. his latest book is "martin's dream." he held an open house at the mlk institute on stanford's campus, but their welcome said they welcome visitors to see their collection of documents and photographs located in cyprus hall. in the newsroom, abc7 news. >> new this morning the group pietrus's harbor holds a fund raiser today in their ongoing effort to find new homes for evicted beaten manhattan. the so-called live-a boards were displaced to make room for a new development and find themselves with no place to go. to help them, a fundraiser is being held today at the wood side historic pioneer saloon. it will feature a band named "eviction notice." and the 49ers game will be on the big screen
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